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Buffalo Bills injury roundup: Jordan Matthews to miss game Thursday

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Buffalo’s newest wide receiver will not play against his former team on Thursday

When the Buffalo Bills take on the Philadelphia Eagles on August 17 in their second preseason game, the team will be without its newest offensive addition. Wide receiver Jordan Matthews, who suffered a chip fracture in his sternum during his first practice with the Bills, will not play.

Also listed as “out” is Cordy Glenn, who underwent another treatment on his foot after a setback. Wide receiver Jeremy Butler, who is recovering from a concussion suffered during the team’s night practice on August 4, is also labeled as out.

Listed as “questionable” for the game are cornerbacks Kevon Seymour (foot) and Shareece Wright (thumb), offensive tackle Michael Ola, and defensive tackle Adolphus Washington (back).

Seymour practiced in what was called a limited capacity on August 14 for the first time in a week. He took a normal set of reps, though. Wright sprained his thumb during the same practice but was with the first team on Wednesday showing no ill effects. Ola was held out of Monday’s practice for “undisclosed reasons,” while Washington left practice early because of back spasms.

The Bills and Eagles hit the field Thursday night at 7 p.m., Eastern.